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Tommy
10-07-2005, 08:11 PM
Hello,

Here's your photo 8x10 hope you like it.

Tommy :)

Wendy56
10-07-2005, 08:21 PM
Hey Tommy, I'm a little jealous... You dedicate pictures to me only, right? :P
Well, just kiddin' sir. :lmfao:
By the way, your pictures are great!. ;)

Tommy
10-07-2005, 08:27 PM
Here's another one lighter father shows up better I think.

Tommy :)

Tommy
10-07-2005, 08:31 PM
Wendy,

This photo is special because menwithbrokenhearts saw their father in this photo he is the police officer looking at the camera. Menwithbrokenhearts wanted an 8x10 of this so I gave it to them.

Thank you,

Tommy :)

Wendy56
10-07-2005, 08:41 PM
Wendy,

This photo is special because menwithbrokenhearts saw their father in this photo he is the police officer looking at the camera. Menwithbrokenhearts wanted an 8x10 of this so I gave it to them.

Thank you,

Tommy :)

Tommy, I was kiddin' :P on my past message. :blush:
I do think this image is special for menwithbrokenhearts! Wow!, I'd like to know the story behind the pic...
What a cute detail from you.
Tommy, your a kind TCB Moderator ;)

Tommy
10-07-2005, 09:30 PM
Wendy,

I know you were kidding. I just wanted you to know the story behind the photo.

Thank you,

Tommy :)

nabelt24
10-07-2005, 10:05 PM
That was very cool of you to do that, Tommy! Great pic!

Tommy
10-08-2005, 01:13 AM
Thank you,

Tommy :)

Menwithbrokenhearts
10-08-2005, 04:46 AM
Hello,

Here's your photo 8x10 hope you like it.

Tommy :)

Tommy,

Thank you so much for doing that for me! I could not believe that I found that! Very exciting indeed! I called my dad today and told him and he was amazed that it existed and very excited to get a copy. I'm going to have one printed and framed for him, and then one for me with him signing " Me 'n Elvis" and his name. COOL !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:cool:

Tommy
10-08-2005, 05:21 AM
You are very welcome, you never know what good things are always right around the corner. I'm excited for you.

Tommy :)

Menwithbrokenhearts
10-08-2005, 05:34 AM
Tommy, I was kiddin' :P on my past message. :blush:
I do think this image is special for menwithbrokenhearts! Wow!, I'd like to know the story behind the pic...
What a cute detail from you.
Tommy, your a kind TCB Moderator ;)

Thanks all of you for the kind words. It is very special!!!

Ok, here's the story....

My father and some other policeman were called out to the Liberty Bowl Stadium, in Memphis, to escort a VIP for the WFL game (the Memphis Grizzlies). They weren't told who, just told to meet at the skybox. Apparently after about a half an hour, In walks Elvis, Lisa Marie and Linda. Dad says Elvis ignored most of the rich people that were trying to hobnob with him and made a B Line over to the policemen and began to chat it up with them before the game. Dad said he was very laid back and nice and enjoyed talking to him. He doesn't remember specifically what they talked about but my guess is policework and football, considering that Elvis was very much into these two at the time. Dad said he also noticed that whenever music was being played , his legs and feet and hands would start tapping and not stop until it was over. After the game they escorted him out to his car, he thanked them, shook their hands and left.

My Mom was upset that He didn't call her and I was upset that he didn't get an autograph. But my Dad said he was there to do a job and didn't want to bother him for an autograph because so many were already doing that. Plus he was there to watch over him, not be a fan. Now that I'm older I can totally understand.
:D
So, there it is. Hope you like it and thanks for asking. I am having the funnest time here!!!!!:clap:

Tommy
10-08-2005, 05:50 AM
Thanks for the story that goes with the photo. Wow what a once in a life time happening! :) I'm glad you found the photo! How :cool: for you and your Dad.

I'm having fun here too, glad you are. :clap:

Tommy :)

Wendy56
10-09-2005, 11:25 AM
Thanks all of you for the kind words. It is very special!!!

Ok, here's the story....

... Dad said he also noticed that whenever music was being played , his legs and feet and hands would start tapping and not stop until it was over... Dad said he was there to do a job and didn't want to bother him for an autograph because so many were already doing that. Plus he was there to watch over him, not be a fan. Now that I'm older I can totally understand.
:D
So, there it is. Hope you like it and thanks for asking...

Yes, I like the story... Wow, it's so great! Well, I can understand that "autograph thing", after all your man was trying to do his job... anyway, your dad still has those awesome memories, so everything is fine. ;) Elvis was a very sweet man (wasn't he? :P). Your story proves (once more) that he was a gentle person, always humble. :notworthy
Don't know what else to say... you're pretty lucky people. :D

Thanks for sharing your story! (y)

Sonny
10-09-2005, 01:51 PM
(y)

Very nice story!

Cool picture as well.

Sonny

Menwithbrokenhearts
10-10-2005, 05:51 AM
Yes, I do feel lucky to have that thread of Elvis' life entertwine with ours, if but just briefly. You know, my dad was not a fan before that time but he was after. He enjoys having that experience and memory and me too, being my father and all.. And finding that incredible picture! WOW !!!! What a cool thing to happen. My dad is getting quite old and it is so good to be able to send that to him and for him to have it.
I am sure my dad talked about his "two boys" too, which makes me feel cool, that Elvis, maybe for a moment, knew who I was.

Tommy
10-10-2005, 05:13 PM
I am happy this made you so happy.

Tommy :)

Wendy56
10-10-2005, 07:11 PM
Yes, I do feel lucky to have that thread of Elvis' life entertwine with ours, if but just briefly (...) He enjoys having that experience and memory and me too, being my father and all.. And finding that incredible picture! WOW !!!! What a cool thing to happen (...) I am sure my dad talked about his "two boys" too, which makes me feel cool, that Elvis, maybe for a moment, knew who I was.

Yeah!, you're so lucky in many ways. And your father certainly is happy for having so wonderful memories and you.
Sure!, Elvis knew who you were by then, that's a cool thing! I'm SO happy for you Menwithbrokenhearts (sorry, I don't know your name :P).

Thank you once more for sharing your story and thoughts about it. (y)

Albert
10-10-2005, 10:16 PM
Yes, I do feel lucky to have that thread of Elvis' life entertwine with ours, if but just briefly. You know, my dad was not a fan before that time but he was after. He enjoys having that experience and memory and me too, being my father and all.. And finding that incredible picture! WOW !!!! What a cool thing to happen. My dad is getting quite old and it is so good to be able to send that to him and for him to have it.
I am sure my dad talked about his "two boys" too, which makes me feel cool, that Elvis, maybe for a moment, knew who I was.


Yes, I am almost having the same feeling by just reading this post and knowing that someone who is related to a person that actually met Elvis.... You must understand that I am quite jealous.

Thanks for the great story. You and you're father are real lucky (y)

Lonniebealestreet
10-11-2005, 01:25 AM
What a fantastic story! Very cool for you, MWHB, and kudos to Tommy from providing the pic!

Tommy
10-11-2005, 02:01 AM
Thank you Lonniebealestreet (y)

Tommy :)

Lonniebealestreet
10-11-2005, 02:30 AM
You're welcome and I like the new avvie.

Tommy
10-11-2005, 03:12 AM
Thank you, I've been trying real hard to fix it :D

Thanks again,

Tommy